This home in Cape Town, South Africa, belongs to a couple of artists, and I think it can be seen at first sight. The front room is divided with a fireplace that separates the living room from the studio space. The mix of materials, styles and curated pieces in the living room demonstrate the owners’ unique voices in their fields. The kitchen is where the Victorian, mid-century and industrial aesthetics really mix. The owners make statement walls feel full with added objects that complement the feature, without pulling attention away from it. Japanese and African influences are seen throughout the home, for example, a collection of South African and Japanese plates hanging on interchangeable wooden picture rails, or a collection of Kabuki masks.